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mrjasmin says

Hi ! Im trying to integrate a simple contact form with my new wordpress theme, but with no luck.

I wonder what the form action=”” should be ?

I have tried this but it doesn´t work well.

action=”<?php echo htmlentities($_SERVER[‘REQUEST_URI’]); ?>”>

Thanks

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vasilios says

The action of a form could be the same page (””). This is usually the case if you have the processing on the same page. :)

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MDNW says

It might sound like a cop-out, but I usually just use a plugin for contact forms and then recommend that users install a particular plugin… that way users get the full scope of the plugin benefits (customization, support, updates, etc.) without worrying about whether my particular contact form coding works for them. In cases where you are trying to fit a form into a non-standard space, this obviously isn’t the best solution though.

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mrjasmin says
It might sound like a cop-out, but I usually just use a plugin for contact forms and then recommend that users install a particular plugin… that way users get the full scope of the plugin benefits (customization, support, updates, etc.) without worrying about whether my particular contact form coding works for them. In cases where you are trying to fit a form into a non-standard space, this obviously isn’t the best solution though.

Ok thanks for the answer, I think that I will use a wordpress plugin.

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ChillThemes says

I use a modified version of this: http://trevordavis.net/blog/tutorial/wordpress-jquery-contact-form-without-a-plugin/ with the email address controlled by backend options. It works nicely, and has a honeypot captcha

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dtbaker Volunteer moderator says

We just used this on our wordpress theme:

http://wordpress.org/extend/plugins/contact-form-7/

it was very easy to install, configure, and style.

and it does a nice little ajax hooveywhatsa when you press submit.

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mrjasmin says

I have tested all the wordpress plugins but I can´t get them to work. When I paste the shortcode into the page, nothing happends. What could possible be wrong ?

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CreatingDrew says
We just used this on our wordpress theme:

http://wordpress.org/extend/plugins/contact-form-7/

it was very easy to install, configure, and style.

and it does a nice little ajax hooveywhatsa when you press submit.
I also use and enjoy this plugin :)
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dtbaker Volunteer moderator says
What could possible be wrong ?

try switching to the default wordpress theme (if it isn’t already selected) and see if the shortcode works.

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MDNW says
We just used this on our wordpress theme:

http://wordpress.org/extend/plugins/contact-form-7/

it was very easy to install, configure, and style.

and it does a nice little ajax hooveywhatsa when you press submit.

I highly recommend contact form 7 as well – it’s what I use in all of my WP themes and I haven’t had a single issue with it. It’s SUPER customizable for users, and it’s the best plugin I’ve found for having multiple forms (including multiple destination addresses) within the same plugin. Check it out :)

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